translated from Spanish: Governor of BC declares non grata to FedEx; accuses her of narco-shreds

Baja California Governor Jaime Bonilla Valdez called the shipping and parcel company FedEx non grata in the state, for refusing to implement measures that combat the shipment of drugs in its service. 
«I no longer find how to rate them, they are irresponsible, they reported to me that they found a package with just over three kilos of marijuana, it is impossible for a package with that kind of weight when they are documenting it they do not know… FedEx has devoted itself flagrantly to narco-pulling,» the governor said in a video.
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Bonilla Valdez said that by trading internationally, the company «should be more responsible in its attitudes,» as it believes FedEx knows it is contributing in «large scale» to narco-stinging.
«I here as governor of the state, I do not know them as a construction company, it is not a company that wants the best benefit of the Bajacalifornianos, they do not care about the benefit of the Bajacalifornianos, nor their health,» he said.
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Meanwhile, the technical secretary of the security desks, Isaiah Bertín Sandoval, said that the DHL parcel company did comply with the agreed policies, «and they are no longer receiving cash payments,» which, he said, make it easier to ship drugs.
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